15-4-420  Temporary portable and fixed installations.
   Temporary fixed or temporary portable liquefied petroleum gas systems, as hereinafter defined, may be installed and shall be used only in construction, repair and alterations operations as herein provided. A “temporary fixed liquefied petroleum gas system” shall be defined as a system using piping, tubing and devices which are installed and maintained in a fixed position during its period of use.
   A temporary portable liquefied petroleum gas system shall be defined as a liquefied petroleum gas system using piping, tubing, and devices which may be moved from place to place on the premises during its period of use.
   A temporary fixed liquefied petroleum gas system shall not be used, unless first inspected for compliance with the applicable requirements of Chapter 15-26 of this Code by a supplier having a valid liquefied petroleum gas suppliers' certification as hereinafter provided. The supplier shall certify, within three days, to the fire commissioner that the temporary fixed system complies with the requirements of this Code.
   Every liquefied petroleum gas supplier shall make available on call repair crews to respond to any emergency involving liquefied petroleum gas or equipment supplied by them.
   Every liquefied petroleum gas supplier shall notify, within three days, the fire commissioner that liquefied petroleum gas has been sold or delivered to any firm or site.
   A liquefied petroleum gas supplier's certification shall be issued to any supplier who demonstrates to a board, hereinafter established, that he has knowledge of the applicable provisions of this Code.
   There is hereby established a board which shall pass upon the qualifications of applicants desiring to be certified as a liquefied petroleum gas supplier. The board shall consist of the deputy fire commissioner in charge of the bureau of fire prevention, the chief fire prevention engineer of the bureau of fire prevention, and a person selected by the deputy fire commissioner who is experienced in handling of liquefied petroleum gas and has the recommendation and approval of the National Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association.
   Said board shall have the power to certify any liquefied petroleum gas supplier having a knowledge of the provisions of this Code concerning liquefied petroleum gas. Said board shall have the power to revoke any certification of any supplier who violates the provisions of this Code as well as for any other just cause.
(Prior code § 90-40; Amend Coun. J. 2-7-96, p. 15616; Amend Coun. J. 5-18-16, p. 24131, § 76)